Billboard has put together a panel of expers to review wines, and WTR got some great reviews.
Tasting Panel Had this to say about Grateful Dead Red Wine Blend: "As soon as you stick your nose in the glass, you definitely get a note that this is a serious wine." A panel favorite. Definitely not just for your Deadhead uncle.
Check out this review!
Reggae artist Matisyahu made an appearancelast night at the Rolling Stone-sponsored event at the Park Here pop-up at 201 Mulberry (aka OpenHouse Gallery).
Matisyahu made an appearance in a Rolling Stone-sponsored event at the Park Here pop-up at 201 Mulberry (aka OpenHouse Gallery).
A few hours before he kicked off the New York leg of his tour in Williamsburg, Matisyahu along side 2 band members who broke into some hypnotic dub rythems. Freestyling and beatboxing intermittently, Matisyahu mixed in some of his trademark lyrics from older songs. A great set, short and sweet! Yeah, Matisyahu has indeed shaved off his trademark beard, but he sounded great and the croud loved every second of his performance. Respect due to Matisyahu!
Join us again tonight as we will be sampling Wines That Rock and throwing down some dub tracks of our own! 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Tonight.
Come on New York! Join us on Friday December 16th starting at 5:00 p.m. as Wines That Rock highlights the new Rolling Stone Wine Club! We’ll be right there on 201 Mulberry between Spring & Kenmare in the heart of Soho’s Nolita neighborhood.
Always wanted to try Wines That Rock, then come by and say hello! We’ll be featuring all 5 wines, including our newest addition to the Wines That Rock line up: Grateful Dead Steal Your Face 2009 Red Wine Blend! We’re be there jamming out the tunes and hanging out in the Pop Up Park. Come on by (5:00p.m. – 7:00 p.m.)
OK Kids, were are announcing something really cool here today. You know were all about blending wine and music at Wines That Rock. So today, we are announcing our first ever Music and Wine Bundle: the Grateful Dead Steal Your Face Wine & Tracks Pack!
Heres what you get:
These 3, never-before-released tracks are the perfect soundtrack to add to your enjoyment of our Steal Your Face Red Blend:
Here are the tracks:
New Minglewood Blues (Trad. Arr. by Grateful Dead)
7/17/76 Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, CA (4:54)
West LA Fadeaway (Garcia, Hunter)
3/22/90 Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (7:12)
Jack Straw (Weir, Hunter)
3/29/90 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (6:06)
That's over 18 minutes of unreleased Grateful Dead music! This IS the perfect gift! Enjoy!
Today in the MSN 2011 Hoilday Gift Guide, celebrities were paired with MNS's favorite choices for 2011 Hoilday Gifts. Heres what they had to say:
For the oenophilic deadhead:
Grateful Dead may not have been associated with wine drinking, but the band now has its own signature red called Steal Your Face. Sold in three-packs, the wine has a mix of Syrah, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel and Grenache tastes with notes of black cherries and vanilla and a caramel finish. Let's raise a glass to deadhead Barack Obama!